’13 Lexus LS F Sport, with sporty exterior and aggressive exhaust note, will draw new buyers to the brand, auto maker says.
BIRMINGHAM, MI – Lexus is not getting caught up in a U.S. luxury sales race that has BMW and Mercedes-Benz aggressively vying for the top spot, a top executive says. BMW and Mercedes “seem to be in this focused battle for No.1,” Tim Morrison, says at a media event here. “Our focus is to continue the J.D. Power rankings we have, which is No.1 to the customer.” Lexus currently holds the top spot in J.D. Power’s Initial Quality Survey, Vehicle ...
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